Integrated Mission

Perseverance to Build a Brighter Future

As dedicated case workers with The Salvation Army Pathway of Hope, we have the privilege of witnessing countless success stories. Among them, Marina's journey stands out as a shining example of the transformative impact that our work can have on individuals' lives. When Marina first approached the Salvation Army for assistance, her determination

The Agincourt Community Church's Pathway of Hope team is a shining example of dedication, compassion, and excellence in community service. Their commitment to empowering individuals through a comprehensive support system and the provision of welcome packages demonstrates their unwavering belief in the potential of each person they serve. As they continue to promote Pathway of Hope and other community initiatives, their impact reaches far beyond the walls of the church, fostering a stronger and more resilient Agincourt community.

Finding Hope in Unexpected Places

When Grace* escorted her friend to the Salvation Army Comox Valley Ministries for assistance, she did not expect to find herself working on her life goals with the Pathway of Hope staff.  A year to the day she signed up, Grace graduated, achieving her goal of employment and joining a walking club which addressed her health goal. 

Pathway of Hope Connect: Building Community and Transforming Lives in Vernon

The Pathway of Hope team in Vernon Community Church has been working tirelessly to bring about change in the lives of those who have fallen in hard times. Their efforts have paid off as they have witnessed firsthand the success of Pathway of Hope, and this year they have been recognized with the Best Practice Ministry Unit Award. The team

Resilient Communities Fund

The Resilient Communities Fund supports community-based organizations that deliver programs and services in Ontario and need funding to recover and build capacity, resilience and sustainability. Eligible applicants can apply for a grant to develop and implement medium to long-term plans that address current organizational challenges they are

Capital Grant

Apply for a Capital grant to help your non-profit organization address a community need by improving the infrastructure Ontarians need to thrive. Whether it’s purchasing equipment, building a new space, or completing renovations, retrofits or repairs, Capital grants support projects that will have a positive impact in your community.